Broadband experts at Broadcom are helping Palm develop advanced Bluetooth technology for the next generation of handheld computers.
Firms doing business over the internet can't rely solely on the English language for their website activities.
Sales of mobile phones in Europe are expected to be down eight per cent for 2001, but analysts say the drop will be temporary.
IGC Limited, the Cambridge-based Recruitment Consultants, is continuing its expansion programme with the launch of its Life Sciences Recruitment division and employing new staff.
Half of the UK's top company websites are 'woefully inadequate' and treat shareholders 'appallingly', a report claims.
Convergys Corporation, the global leader in billing and customer care services, is pleased to announce that two of its customers have received Billing Magazine Globe Awards.
Nearly 1,000 breath tests were administered in Suffolk during the national drink-drive campaign.
Pace, the set-top box company that bought part of Acorn, reports sales up 4.
England's only American World War Two cemetery - at Madingley in Cambridge - has been listed by English Heritage.
There's good news for e-commerce today with the market set to explode over the next four years.
The global technical support and help desk industry could be worth almost GBP 20 billion in five years' time.
DVD overtook VCR video sales in the US for the first time last year, notching up an incredible USD 4.
A new anti-cancer drug could be about to emerge as a result of work by Cambridge Antibody Technology.
The entire staff of Cambridge Positioning Systems will be taking to the streets of Cambridge today (Thurs) to test the company's latest technology.
Retailers had another downbeat session on the stock market yesterday (Weds), led by a slump in electrical retailer Dixons' shares.
Nick Marriner has been appointed to join the Advisory Board of Transcom Software Inc.
The East Anglia offices of accountants BDO Stoy Hayward have merged with 'top 10' firm Baker Tilly.
Star Cambridge lawyer, Gerry Fitzsimons, has joined TTP Ventures at Melbourn.
Apple has unveiled its new flat-screen iMac after weeks of wild speculation in the industry press.